Eating Disorders: A Clinician's Guide

Resources & References

An Online Course:
Eating Disorders: Identified, Defined & Treated

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Resources

The following is a list of eating disorder resources where you can obtain further information as well as referrals for treatment programs and therapists who specialize in eating disorders. After the list of resources, you’ll find a list of references to the articles presented in the course.

Academyfor Eating Disorders (AED)
6728 Old McLean Village Drive
McLean, VA 22101
(703) 556-9222
Promotes effective treatment and prevention initiatives, and stimulatesresearch. AED sponsors an international conference.

Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness
PO Box 13155
North Palm Beach, FL 33408-3155
(561) 841-0900
Seeks to establish easily accessible programs across the nation that allow children and young adults the opportunity to learn about eating disorders.

American Anorexia/Bulimia Association, Inc. (AABA)
165 West 46th Street, Suite 1108
New York, NY 10036
(212) 575-6200
email: AmAnBu@aol.com

Anorexiaand Bulimia Nervosa Foundation of Victoria
1513 High Street
Glen Iris Vic 3146 AUSTRALIA
(03) 9885 0318
The Anorexia & Bulimia Nervosa Foundation of Victoria (ABNFV) is anon-profit organization which aims to support those whose lives are affected by Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa and to better inform the community about eating disorders.

Anorexia Bulimia Nervosa Foundation
First Floor- Woodards House
47 – 49 Waymouth Street
ADELAIDE, SA 5000
(08) 8212 1644
The Anorexia Bulimia Nervosa Foundation in South Australia was formed during November 1983 with the object of helping eating disorder sufferers, their families and friends.

British Columbia Eating Disorders Association
841 Fairfield Road
Victoria BC Canada
(250) 383-2755
Non-profit organization dedicated to peer support, peer counselling, andadvocacy. We also run prevention programs for elementary, secondary schools and university/college classes. We are completely volunteer driven and supported!

Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia
(212) 595-3449
Administrator
1 West 91st Street
New York,NY 10024
The Center has four objectives: effective treatment, specialized training, significant research, and increased community understanding.

Compulsive Eaters Anonymous – H.O.W.
PO BOX 4403
10016 Pioneer Blvd Suite 101
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
(310) 942-8161
fax (310) 948-3721
A twelve step recovery program.

EatingDisorder Referral and Information Center
2923 Sandy Pointe, Suite 6
Del Mar, CA 92014-2052
858-481-1515
Answering any questions you might have about eating disorders and theirprevention.

EatingDisorders Anonymous (EDA)
18233 N. 16th Way
Phoenix, AZ 85022
a fellowship of individuals who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from their eating disorders. People can and do fully recover from having an eating disorder. In EDA, we help one another identify and claim milestones of recovery.

Eating Disorders Association Northern Ireland
Bryson House
38 Ormeau Road
Belfast 7
IRELAND
Tel 080 232 234914
Members all receive information about Eating Disorders, including the magazine Signpost.

Eating Disorders Association of WA (Western Australia)
Unit 13A, Wellington Fair, 4 Lord Street, Perth
WESTERN AUSTRALIA 6000
TELEPHONE: 9221 0488
FAX: 9221 0499

EatingDisorders Coalition
609 10th Street NE, Suite #1
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 543-3842
To promote, at the federal level, further investment in the healthy development of children and all at risk for eating disorders, recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority, and commitment to effective prevention and evidence based and accessible treatment of these disorders.

Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP)
123 NW 13th St. #206
Boca Raton, FL 33432-1618
(800) 800-8126
fax (407) 338-9913
An organization providing education, newsletters, local chapters, monthly bulletins, regional workshops, and certification. Professional membership.

FamilyResources for Education on Eating Disorders (FREED)
9611 Page Avenue (Web)
Bethesda, MD 20814-1737
(301) 493-4568
A parent-founded, non-profit, organization committed to educating our community about the serious nature and growing prevalence of anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder; providing information about how to recognize and treat eating disorders; and providing resources for support for persons suffering from an eating disorder and for their families and friends.

Hazelden Ireland
PO Box 616, Cork.
Literature available on how to cope with eating disorders. 12 Step recovery programme.

Healing Connections, Inc.
1461A First Ave., Suite 303
New York, NY 10021
(212) 585-3450
A non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization that strives to save lives through education, prevention, intervention, advocacy and future financial assistance for people suffering from Anorexia and Bulimia.

JoshuaChildren’s Foundation
Child Abuse can cause post traumatic stress disorder, chronic fatigue, eating disorders, and addictions. This website has healing resources, articles, and recommended books.

MassachusettsEating Disorders Association, Inc. (MEDA)
92 Pearl Street
Newton, MA 02158
(617) 558-1881
Newsletter, referral network, and local support groups.

National Associationof Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)
Box 7
Highland Park, IL 60035
(847) 831-3438
An association that is concerned with and provides a wide variety of programs for the entire Eating Disorders field (consumer advocacy, counsel, education, referral list, research, etc.)

National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance, Inc. (NAAFA)
P.O. Box 188620
Sacramento, CA 95818
(800) 442-1214
Advocacy group promoting size acceptance. Membership newsletters, educational materials, regional chapters, yearly convention, and pen-pal program

NationalCenter for Overcoming Overeating
P.O. Box 1257
Old Chelsea Station
New York, NY 10113-0920
(212) 875-0442
Women’s Campaign to End Body Hatred and Dieting

NationalEating Disorders Association
603 Stewart St., Suite 803
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 382-3587
It is the mission of the National Eating Disorders Association to eliminate eating disorders and body dissatisfaction through education, information and action.

The National EatingDisorder Information Centre (NEDIC)
CW 1-211, 200 Elizabeth Street
Toronto, Ontario
416-340-4156
A non-profit organization established in 1985 to provide information and resources on eating disorders and weight preoccupation.

Newton-WellesleyEating Disorders & Behavioral Medicine (NWEDBMED)
Offering a range of outpatient evaluation, consultation, and treatment services for eating disordered individuals (aged 18 years old and older)

OvereatersAnonymous
P.O. Box 44020
Rio Rancho, New Mexico87124-4020
(505) 891-2664
FAX (505) 891-4320
Dealing with the issues of Compulsive Overeating. Site contains information on OA, info for healthcare professionals, a meeting locator map, fact file, OA literature, upcoming events and more.

Promoting Legislation & Education About Self-Esteem, Inc. (PLEASE)
91 S Main Street
West Hartford, CT 06107
(860) 521-2515
Memberships and Educational Programs, Workshops, and local chapters. Watch-dog of the growing diet industry.

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On Body Image

Great example of a social media “elevator pitch.” An attempt to end destructive “Fat talk” that leads to disordered eating among women: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKPaxD61lwo&feature=youtu.be

Why Do Women Hate Their Bodies?

 

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